Made from world famous Italian Etrusco leather(bull leather) produced by Conceria Walpier Tannery in Tuscany. with edges sanded and burnished to shine.
Only thick and strong bull skins are being used, vacchetta tanning (full of grease), drum dyed and finished with high quality chemicals.
The flesh side is polished and protected with a special "resina" (gum) for long wearing
Colors: tan(smooth brown), whiskey, brandy, dark brown
Sizes available: 26-45inches /66-115cm
Hardware: Solid brass
FREE monogramming: up to 6 letters (English alphabet), please send me a note after the purchase.
SIZING: - **Please note this is different to your trouser size**
The maximum size that we can make is 115cm (45inches)
Please send me a note with your measurement :
The size of the belt is measured from the middle hole to where the leather folds over the buckle, with a total of 5 holes each an inch apart(more can be added). Please read the following instructions and double confirm your belt size. We will not be responsible for any measurement mistakes.
The most accurate way of determining the belt size is to measure the size of your current belt. Measure the distance from where the leather folds over the buckle all the way down to the most often used belt hole. If the distance measures 91cm/36 inches, you should order a 91cm/36-inch belt.
The whole process is entirely handmade/no machines involved
CUSTOM ORDERS WELCOME!
Every Skallen Goods item is made with passion and to last for generations.
We are offering a lifetime warranty on our stitching.
If there is any other issue with your piece, simply contact me and I’ll do my best to provide a solution for it. However, if any of our products is bit by a shark, a Kodiak bear or was thrown in the fire, we might not be able to help ;)
We also can't control the patina process, that is what real leather is all about. Patina is the name given to the beautiful process of leather ageing. It is a big part of the main charm of having a leather piece for years, creating every item unique story. Factors like exposure to sunlight, scars, natural wear and contact with your natural skin oils will all be part of that beautiful and personal process. You will have your own imprint in the piece as the years go by and it will become even more unique.